Chuck reaching for the top. In the area of the belay bolts, the rock becomes more crumbly, the crack ends, and the dihedral morphs into a huge concave roof. Going up is out of the question, even on aid (without bolting). Going right to finish on the mixed route to the right might be possible.<br>
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Ivan Rezucha
Aug 6, 2006
Chuck reaching for the top. In the area of the belay bolts, the rock becomes more crumbly, the crack ends, and the dihedral morphs into a huge concave roof. Going up is out of the question, even on aid (without bolting). Going right to finish on the mixed route to the right might be possible.
Photo by Luke Clarke.

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Chuck reaching for the top. In the area of the belay bolts, the rock becomes more crumbly, the crack ends, and the dihedral morphs into a huge concave roof. Going up is out of the question, even on aid (without bolting). Going right to finish on the mixed route to the right might be possible.<br>
Photo by Luke Clarke.